Life at № 42
Absolutely worth the time! The title may be off-putting because it’s gimmicky- but the contents of the book are not. He uses the Ten Types format as an outline to discuss, as he puts it:
Just as a side note I wanted to point out that the identification/existence of one type of pattern (in this particular case: impulse) does not lead to the automatic exclusion of others. Different impulses can and do co-exist and often compete. Care, competition, destruction- all human characteristics. All underpinned by nature.